Enzyme can target almost half of the genome’s “ZIP codes” and could enable editing of many more disease-specific mutations.
Cryptography techniques to screen synthetic DNA could help prevent the creation of dangerous pathogens, argues Professor Kevin Esvelt.
Institute throws open its doors for the Greater Boston area’s fourth annual celebration of innovation.
First-of-its kind collaboration will leverage the web’s power to create open, community-sourced access to knowledge.
Architect and planner remembered as a man who brought people together through a combination of wisdom, optimism, and charm.
By making hydrophobic sections water-soluble, researchers hope to learn more about protein structures.
In a novel system developed by MIT researchers, underwater sonar signals cause vibrations that can be decoded by an airborne receiver.
Technique can capture a scene at multiple depths with one shutter click — no zoom lens needed.
Machine-learning system determines the fewest, smallest doses that could still shrink brain tumors.